CONFERENCE PROGRAM

There are 4 main tracks for this conference and 1 misc.
Business Legal & Boundary LS Review Technical Misc.
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CLSA 52nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE (3/23/2018 - 3/27/2018)



Saturday, March 24, 2018
8:00am - 5:00pm Pre-Conference Workshop:California Easements and Rights of Way
Speaker:
Gary Kent
The Schneider Corporation
Sunday, March 25, 2018
8:45am - 9:15am Welcome Address
9:15am - 10:00am Keynote Presentation
10:30am - 12:00pm Mentoring For Our Future
Speaker:
Rob McMillan, PLS
California Department of Transportation
Who Owns the Streets?
Speaker:
Ian Wilson, PLS
BKF Engineers
Water Boundaries - Part 1
Speaker:
Evan Page, PLS
California State Lands Commission
Best Practices in Drone Surveying Today
Speaker:
Daniel Katz
Aerotas
1:30pm - 3:00pm County Surveyors Discussion Panel
Moderator:
Ric Moore, PLS
Panelists: Tom Herrin, San Bernardino County
Warren Smith, San Joaquin County
John Scarpa, City of Sacramento
Kevin Hills, Orange County
Recent Developments in the Law of Easements & Boundary Disputes
Speaker:
David Roth
Real Estate Law Offices of David L. Roth
Water Boundaries - Part 2
Speaker:
Evan Page, PLS
California State Lands Commission
The California Real Time Network - CRTN
Speaker:
Greg St. John, PLS
Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
3:30pm - 5:00pm Solving the Hiring Crisis to Grow Your Survey Business
Speaker:
Daniel Katz
Aerotas
Boundary Line Agreements & Boundary Line Adjustments / Surveying After a Wildfire
Speaker:
Michael Pallamary, PLS
Pallamary & Associates
PLS Act
Speaker:
Bill Hofferber
UNAVCO
The Case for Low Distortion Projections
Moderator:
Bill Hurdle, PLS
Jensen Design & Survey, Inc.
Monday, March 26, 2018
8:30am - 10:00am Risk Management for Surveyors
Speaker:
Gary Kent
The Schneider Corporation
Lot Line Adjustments: Purpose, Practice & Use
Speaker:
Ian Wilson, PLS
BKF Engineers
Public Lands - Part 1
Speaker:
Jim McCavitt
Bureau of Land Management
NATRF2022, Simplifying the process to a More Complicated National Spatial Reference System
Speaker:
Greg Helmer, PLS
PSOMAS
10:30am - 12:00pm Safety & Health For Surveyors
Speaker:
Gary Kent
The Schneider Corporation
The Evolution of Equitable Easement in California
Speaker:
David Roth
Real Estate Law Offices of David L. Roth
Public Lands - Part 2
Speaker:
Jim McCavitt
Bureau of Land Management
UAS’s for the Masses
Speaker:
Ray Lillibridge, PLS
OHM Advisors
1:30pm - 3:00pm The Purpose & History of CA State Lands Commission
Speaker:
Evan Page, PLS
California State Lands Commission
Forensic Surveying and Retracement Surveys
Public Lands - Part 3
Speaker:
Jim McCavitt
Bureau of Land Management
Surveying/Geomatics and GIS response for the California Oroville Dam Spillway Emergency
Speaker:
Daniel Mardock, PLS
3:30pm - 5:00pm Examining the "Rules of Surveying"
Speaker:
Evan Page, PLS
California State Lands Commission
Liability Associated With Mapping Reversion Lines / How to Beat a Speeding Ticket With Land Surveying
Speaker:
Michael Pallamary, PLS
Pallamary & Associates
GPS & Geodesy on the LS Exam
Speaker:
Steve Martin, PLS
East Bay Municipal Utility District
3D Laser Scanning: 30 in 3
Speaker:
Brian Laird
Rick Engineering Co.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
8:30am - 10:00am Anyone Could Lead Perfect People
Speaker:
Gary Kent
The Schneider Corporation
JPPC Panel - Part 1
Moderator:
Evan Page, PLS
Panelists:
Christopher Alberts, Sean Englert & Jonathan Maddox
California State Lands Commission
Integration of UAVs into Surveying: Past, Present, Future
Speaker:
Benjamin Vander Jagt
PixElement
NGS Onward to 2022: Replacing NAD83 & NAVD88
Speakers:
Bill Stone & Dana Caccamise
National Geodetic Survey
10:30am - 12:00pm Ethics & Standards for California Land Surveyors
Speaker:
Gary Kent
The Schneider Corporation
JPPC Panel - Part 2
Moderator:
Evan Page, PLS
Panelists:
Christopher Alberts, Sean Englert & Jonathan Maddox
California State Lands Commission
Legal Descriptions
Speaker:
Ian Wilson
GPS on Bench Marks: Discussing Contributions, Better Tools and Models (WE NEED YOU!)
Speakers:
Bill Stone & Dana Caccamise
National Geodetic Survey